Tonight at 7pm ET Paul Schaffer, Associate Laboratory Director of TRIUMF’s Life Sciences Division, will explore how he and his team use accelerators to develop tools and techniques to advance the field of nuclear medicine.
Chinese pharmacologist Tu Youyou shared the Noble Prize in Medicine with Irish-born William Campbell and Japan's Satoshi Omura.
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We look at some of the most cutting-edge exoskeletons and how they're advancing science and society.
New test returns fewer false positives than standard testing.
VGo is a four-feet-tall robot with a screen and camera for a head, and can be controlled by brain specialists from miles away. Continue reading →
A new technique could lead to treatments for PTSD and Alzheimer's. A better robot brain may still be a ways off.
When you hear "suspended animation," you may think of Ted Williams, or simply dismiss whoever's talking. But that's about to change, as scientists are moving away from freezing the dead, and focusing on the dying. The Food and Drug Administration has approved human trials of a technique developed b...
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